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Wisconsin Teens Speak Out About Abortion graphic by Evelyn Skyberg Greer

Wisconsin Teens Speak Out About Abortion

Evelyn Skyberg Greer December 20, 2021

The 1973 landmark decision of Roe v Wade states that the Constitution of the United States protects a pregnant person’s liberty to choose to have an abortion without excessive government restriction....

Editorial: School Board Decision Threatens Students Safety

Editorial: School Board Decision Threatens Students’ Safety

The Editorial Staff December 17, 2021

The Wauwatosa School Board voted 5-1 on Monday, December 13th to move secondary schools from Level 3 mitigation to Level 2. Beginning on January 3rd, 2022, masks will be optional for both vaccinated and...

The Wauwatosa City Crest on top of community feedback regarding how the American Rescue Plan Act funds should be spent.

City of Wauwatosa Receives Community Input Regarding the Spending of “American Rescue Plan Act” Funds

Claire Guttormson December 9, 2021

On Thursday December 2nd, the city of Wauwatosa held the last of it's community input meetings regarding the funds received from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA).  The recipient of 24 million dollars...

Pictured left to right: Maddie Weber, Savannah Williams, Natalia Byrne, Bella Meyer, and Elise Schneider.

Members of TDT to Perform in Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

Annabelle Wooster November 24, 2021

The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade in New York City airs on TV every Thanksgiving day at 8:00am central time. Over 50 million viewers will tune in to watch almost 8,000 performers, 5 of which will be...

Annabelle Wooster, student referee, stands on the field while working a recreational game at Nash Park in Milwaukee.

Students Referees Face Harassment While on the Job

Scarlet Oneill November 18, 2021

Tosa West Junior Sarah Cape has worked as an umpire for Tosa Baseball for over 3 years. Though she’s officiated many games, there is one she won’t forget.  “After the call, there was a disagreement...

Red Raiders Boys Volleyball at State Tournament

Lucy Hildebrand and Mason King November 4, 2021

Last Saturday, October 30th, the Tosa East Boys Volleyball Team swept the Tosa West Trojans, leading them to state for the first time since 2016. At 10 a.m. this morning, the Red Raiders played the...

Evan standing with the peanut butter that was collected for the Tosa Cares Pantry. “It was more than I expected.” he said.

Community Service and Food Go Together Like Peanut Butter and Jelly

Aaron Silva October 26, 2021

The Wauwatosa Key Club collected over 70 peanut butter jars over a two week period. The drive was started by Evan Olson, a member of Students Honor Society. The jars that were collected will be donated...

Jami Timmons and Shannon Damuth stand in front of a sign reading We love our queens during the Homecoming Football Game on October 1st.

Wauwatosa West Homecoming Queens Make History

Eve Lazarski October 3, 2021

The Wauwatosa West Senior class elected Seniors Jami Timmons and Shannon Damuth as Homecoming Queens for the 2021 homecoming court. This is the first time at West when a same-sex couple has led the court.   While...

Wauwatosa East VS. West Football Game Cancelled, 9/17/21

Wauwatosa East VS. West Football Game Cancelled, 9/17/21

Eve Lazarski September 17, 2021

The Wauwatosa East vs. West football game was cancelled this afternoon, 9/17/21, after an email from East Principal Nick Hughes, saying that due to COVID-19 quarantines as well as injuries, Wauwatosa East...

4 Things to Know about Superintendent Candidate Kurt Schneider

4 Things to Know about Superintendent Candidate Kurt Schneider

Ava Beisenstein and Lucy Hildebrand April 19, 2021

On Monday, April 19, the first of the three finalists for the Wauwatosa School District Superintendent position, Dr. Kurt Schneider, toured Wauwatosa schools and participated in multiple forums. Dr....

Two East Students Receive Herb Kohl Scholarships

Vivienne Andersen and Lucy Hildebrand March 21, 2021

Two Wauwatosa East students received scholarships from the Herb Kohl Education Foundation to help cover college-related expenses. Wauwatosa East seniors Ava Biesenstien and Arnold Ramos each won $10,000...

Wauwatosa East Amnesty Club Hosts a Fundraiser

Wauwatosa East Amnesty Club Hosts a Fundraiser

Sienna Daniels February 15, 2021

Amnesty International is an independent organization dedicated to campaigning for global human rights. As a club, Wauwatosa East’s Amnesty International works to engage in conversations about these injustices,...

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